LGR – Elder Scrolls: Battlespire – DOS PC Game Review

The Elder Scrolls began in 1994 with the release of Arena, a fantasy role-playing game taking place in a big world with open-ended objectives. This was followed up by Daggerfall in 1996, a fantasy role-playing game taking place in an even bigger world with more open-ended objectives. So, what was the next thing for the Elder Scrolls franchise? How about a fantasy-action game taking place in tiny environments with linear objectives? Enter An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire, developed and published

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LGR – The Elder Scrolls Arena – DOS PC Game Review

[typing] After years of waiting, Skyrim, the fifth game in the Elder Scrolls series of FPS RPGs is here in all its nerdy glory. But you can go to a hundred other people if you want a review of Skyrim. So, here on Lazy Game Reviews we’re taking a look at the very first Elder Scrolls game, Arena. Released in 1994 by Bethesda Softworks, Arena was a bit of a shaky start for the now-revered Elder Scrolls series. Just looking

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Fallout 76 Review

(grunting) (gunfire) – [Brandin] After more than 50 hours plundering the irradiated wasteland of Fallout 76, the greatest mystery still lingering is who this mutated take on Fallout is intended for. Like many of Vault-Tec’s underground bunkers, Bethesda’s multiplayer riff on its post-nuclear RPG series is an experiment gone awry. There are bright spots entangled in this mass of frustratingly buggy and sometimes conflicting systems, but what fun I was able to salvage from the expansive but underpopulated West Virginia

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